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MSmooth is a plugin for Anime Studio Pro which performs localized temporal smoothing of images. It allows one to control how fine of a level of detail is saved and how much smoothing is applied to a region.
MSmooth works by first detecting sharp edges. Then it “smooths” the image by “blurring” the pixels in regions of detail by applying a gaussian blur. This is accomplished by sampling the original image, using a gaussian blur filter to create a blurred image, and then subtracting it from the original.
== Description ==
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The MSmooth process is first seen as the first processing step of Anime Studio. You can set the ‘Preserve Detail’ and ‘Apply Smoothing’ sliders to control how much detail and how much smoothing to apply to each frame. This lets you quickly adjust the level of detail in each frame.
By default, Anime Studio will set the ‘Smoothing Strength’ parameter to 0.1, which should be fine unless you are working with very low bitrate video.
The most critical setting in MSmooth is the ‘Detection Threshold’. This setting controls how fuzzy the outline of an edge needs to be to cause the edges to be found and preserved.
Typically, you will want to set the Detection Threshold to be near the default setting of 0.0. This causes ‘Smooth Out’ to only touch the sharpest edges in the image.
The ‘Detection Threshold’ is near the default of 0.0 because doing so retains the most detail in the images. I found this to be the easiest setting for the user to control. However, if you are satisfied with the results of MSmooth, you can adjust the default settings to your liking.
In addition to setting the Detection Threshold, MSmooth also needs to know the dimensions of the image.
Setting the ‘Clip to Image Size’ parameter allows MSmooth to set the minimum and maximum pixel values of the image.
=== Preserving Detail ===
Setting the ‘Preserve Detail’ slider to 100% preserves all detail in the image. This is the standard setting for Anime Studio to use for the ‘Smoothing Strength’. The default value is 100% as well.

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;; ‘thresh’ is a scalar, stored in the clip’s transform keyframe
;;’smooth’ is the smoothing strength
;; ‘detail’ is a scalar, stored in the clip’s transform keyframe
(defun ms-smooth (clip transform-keyframe-listthresh smooth-keyframe-list detail-keyframe-list)
“MSmooth Activation Code is an Avisynth plugin that smoothes anime with the help of
smart filters, by using information from two keyframe lists.
The first is a list of keyframe data in a clip’s transform
keyframe list, and the second is a list of keyframe data for a
clip’s position keyframe list.

The details in the first list are used to mask the filter. The
details in the second list determine the strength of the filter.
Because details on the second list must fall in a smaller range
than the first list, they are scaled down. Also, the second list is
scaled down to the resolution of the first, so no resolution is lost
due to scaling.

This is a very effective method of smoothing anime. It works well
with most standard smooth-fading effects. It may not be as effective
on very detailed anime, though.”
(mapcar #'(lambda (layer)
(if (getlayer (car layer)’smooth)
(car layer)
(copy-frame (car layer))))
clip transform-keyframe-listthresh smooth-keyframe-list)

(defun ms-smooth-layers (clip transform-keyframe-list

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The MSmooth Avisynth plugin implements an unusal concept in spatial smoothing. Although designed specifically for anime, it may be useful elsewhere. The filter is effective at removing mosquito noise as well as effectively smoothing flat areas in anime. Not only is the noise reduction valuable, but less bits are needed to encode the resulting clip.
The justification for the filter is simple. The biggest complaint about Smart Smoother (for example) is that setting the threshold high enough to give the desired smoothing destroys a significant amount of detail.
We need to decouple the control of detail detection from the amount of smoothing applied. In Smart Smoother and other thresholded smoothers, one threshold controls both of these functions.
Also, smoothing should not be done across image edges. MSmooth implements both of these refinements. To use it, first set the ‘threshold’ parameter so that desired detail is preserved. Then set the smoothing strength.
You can set very high smoothing strengths without destroying the preserved detail (because the detail map is used to mask the smoothing).
The MSmooth architecture is explained in more detail in the Avisynth documentation:

-threshold Threshold value for detail preservation.
-thresholds Set of threshold values. For each, apply the detail preservation filter at that threshold. If the filter fails (see below), preserve the highest threshold.
-s Smoothing strength. Default is 0.001.
-b Number of bits used to encode the sequence. 0 disables smoothing. The default is 3.
-l Length of the smoothing filter.
-f Number of frames (frames to apply the filter).
-y Frames to skip before applying the filter.

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System Requirements:

OS: Windows Vista 64-bit, Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 8 64-bit, or Windows 10 64-bit
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Additional: DirectX 11
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